Didier Ruef on Vertigo

Didier Ruef interviewed by Pierre Philippe Cadert on RTS - 2016

Didier Ruef interviewed by Pierre Philippe Cadert on RTS – 2016



Didier Ruef interviewed by Pierre Philippe Cadert on RTS la Première during the radio program Vertigo about the exhibit “72 Boulevard des écorchés“.

TdG – Rencontre avec Didier Ruef

Tribune de Genève, March 18, 2016 (click image to enlarge)

Tribune de Genève, March 18, 2016 (click image to enlarge)

A portrait about the photographer and his exhibit “72 Boulevard des écorchés” published by the Tribune de Genève (PDF) and the online edition.

Photo exhibit: “72 Boulevard des écorchés”

“72 Boulevard des écorchés” exhibition at Cité Séniors in Geneva, Switzerland from March 17th to May 16th, 2016.

You can look at my images about homeless people living in the fallout-shelter: http://www.didierruef.com

Inside Geneva’s nuclear bunker

Inside Geneva’s nuclear bunker turned homeless shelter

Reinforced doors, metal bunks and hot food – with nuclear winter an unlikely prospect, Geneva’s fallout shelters have thrown open their doors to welcome the homeless.

Geneva, Switzerland - 2014

Geneva, Switzerland – 2014

You can look at my story published in theguardian.com (October 22, 2014) on homeless people living in fallout shelter in Geneva, Switzerland.

A night at Geneva’s “Court of Miracles”

Swissinfo.ch. March 29, 2014. (click image to enlarge)

Swissinfo.ch. March 29, 2014. (click image to enlarge)

“A night at Geneva’s Court of Miracles” in swissinfo.ch (English)
“Les nuits à la Cour des Miracles” in swissinfo.ch (French)

You can look at my story published in swissinfo.ch (March 29, 2014) on homeless people living in fallout shelter in Geneva, Switzerland.

72, Boulevard des écorchés

L’Illustré. No 9. February 26, 2014. Pages 20-27 (click image to enlarge)

L’Illustré. No 9. February 26, 2014. Pages 20-27 (click image to enlarge)

“72, Boulevard des écorchés”, Poverty in Switzerland in L’illustré (PDF)

On the latest issue (February 26, 2014) of L’illustré, you can look at eight pages on homeless people living in fallout shelter in Geneva, Switzerland.